West Washington Elementary teachers spent two weeks during the summer learning how to better serve students who have reading difficulties. In addition, most are completing case studies with...
What makes a lunch?Did you know that there are strict guidelines on what each school breakfast and lunch must provide for students? In order to participate in the federal free and reduced lunch...
- Recognizing Student Leaders
- WWSC Excited to Announce Addition of Two School Resource Officers
- WW Graduation Rate is Top Ten in the State
- Best Superintendent and Best Principal Award
- See It, Hear It, Report It
- Bus Stop Safety
- West Washington 7th & 8th Graders Participate in "Amazing Shake"
- Three Teachers at WWSC Receive Mahuron Grant
- West Washington Renovation Open House
- WW BPA Dominates State Competition
8th grade pulls out the win against East Washington tonight in double overtime! 7th grade also wins! Great job guys! #WWeGrow CHAMPIONS view image
Congratulations to the 5th Grade Boys Basketball Team for winning the Crawford County Tourney with wins over Henryville and Orleans. view image
Congratulations to our 4th grade WW Lady Senators! Last weekend they won the "Southern Indiana Explosion" MYT tournament in Mitchell. This weekend they won the "School Team Challenge" MYT tournament at West Washington! #WWeGrow CHAMPIONS view image
WW Wrestling team won the PLAC Championship! Congratulations wrestlers and coaches. Conference champions in the programs 3rd year! #WWeGrow CHAMPIONS view image
Make Up Day Reminder We have missed 3 days so far. WW Administration made a request to the Indiana Department of Education that the days missed in November be waived due to the circumstances, but we were denied. Make Up Days- Weekend of January 31-February 2 (Digital Day to replace the day missed on November 25th) February 3rd (Physical Day of School to make up for the snow day in December) Weekend of February 21-23 to replace the day missed on November 26th) SEE ATTACHED DOCUMENT view image
FFA members attending the Vincennes University Career Development Event Day! Students are learning about many different career fields and gaining professional skills to better prepare for them for career paths and upcoming FFA events. #WWeGrow OPPORTUNITY view image
The West Washington JAG program competed in the Region 10 Career Development Competition (vs. local schools like Jeffersonville, New Albany, Scottsburg, Austin, etc.) for the 1st time today. Out of the 11 kids that participated, all 11 placed in the top 3 of their respective field. Taking home a competition best 5 1st place finishes, those students will have to opportunity to compete at the State JAG conference in March. Congrats to the following students on representing West Washington properly and with pride! Karli Denny & Meyah Ball - 1st Place: Entrepreneurship Hunter Irwin - 1st Place: Outstanding Senior Kacie Huff - 1st Place: Critical Thinking Thomas Comer - 1st Place: Creative Solutions Holly Worley - 1st Place: Chapter Marketing Campaign Breanna Ray - 2nd Place: Employability Skills Alexis Arnold - 2nd Place: Writing Skills view image
Tonight's basketball game at Mitchell will be a RED OUT. Wear red and be loud and proud! view image